HEAD AND HEART HEALTH What Mental health first-aid workshop Who Presented by the National Health Council When Friday, Jan. 29 from 9am to 1pm Where […]
It feels as if January breezed through before I realized it. I find it difficult to believe that we only have three days before we […]
You’ve probably read a restaurant guide or review before going out for a special dinner. And you’ve probably scanned a consumer review or two before […]
In 2015, the City of Long Beach, like much of the state, experienced a rise in both violent and property crime, driven mainly by increases […]
The crime reports for Jan. 29, 2016.
Read the Jan. 22nd issue of the Signal Tribune in its entirety.
What a difference a year can make. That’s the phrase Chief Executive Officer Jon Slangerup used in acknowledgement of the Port of Long Beach’s “comeback […]
A long line of shopping carts were strategically placed like a barricade in front of the entrance of the downtown Long Beach Walmart late Monday […]
Three incumbents and nine challengers thus far are vying to represent their respective districts by filling four vacant seats on the Long Beach City Council […]
The Signal Hill City Council recognized Randy and Dale Kemner for the recent 20th anniversary of their company, The Wine Country, during the council meeting […]
The Broadway corridor will become car-less on Saturday, March 19 for the Beach Streets Downtown open-street event from Pine Avenue to Euclid Avenue. The event […]
The Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) traffic section will conduct a DUI/driver’s license checkpoint on Saturday, Jan. 23 in the north division between the hours […]
A portion of the Blue Line will be closed for service this weekend as Metro continues an improvement project on completing electrical systems maintenance between […]
Greenly Art Space, 2698 Junipero Ave, #113, will host the opening reception of Urban Primitive, which explores the interplay between man and nature, images old […]